Episode: Tony Schwartz: 30,000 Recordings Later [11.12.2013]


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Tony Schwartz: 30,000 Recordings Later [11.12.2013]

Say your movement is restricted to one zip code - you might get stir-crazy, feel restricted. Sound recordist Tony Schwartz knew there was enough in his NYC neighborhood to keep him recording an entire career. Also in this show: Dick speaks with record collector Ignacio Varchausky of Buenos Aires.



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